WHAT IS PEACH FEST?
PeachFest, named after Georgia’s most iconic crop, aims to celebrate all of this great state’s agricultural diversity – from the namesake peach to blueberries and peanuts, heritage breed pigs and Vidalia onions. Chefs will prepare dishes with peaches, barkeeps will make Bourbon Punches, guests will sip cellared wines, and all will love the music from Packaway Handle and DJ. All proceeds from the event and silent auction will go to charity and planting peach trees in the city. Some of the city’s biggest names in hospitality will take us on a journey that is both delicious and inspiring. Don't miss your chance to join a culinary initiative to support our local harvest raised by family farmers in Georgia.
Our Goals include:
Help Raise Money for Charity with a Silent Auction
Celebrate Georgia’s Best Farmers and Spirit
Discover a New Way to Experience Downtown
Enjoy an Honest and Good Culinary Event
Support Education through Consumption & Celebration
Learn about Agri-Tourism through Local Producers
Eat & Drink & Be Peachy
EAT & DRINK lots of peach!
Enjoy a Sunday afternoon filled with well-known chefs creating unique bites including peach infused Heritage Breed Pig BBQ, Wood-fired Peach Pizza, Crudo Bar, Paleo Pig & Peach options, Foie Gras, Truffles, Peach Pastries, Ice Creams, King of Pops, Peach Puppy SnowCones and more. If you love peaches, its a perfect Sunday place to be. The event will include samplings from wineries, distillers and brewers. A satellite beverage competition includes “The Peach Punch Royale” (the city’s top barkeeps create the peach infused bourbon punches) and cellared wines in the Silent Auction area.
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LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION!
FlatironCity is the Official Host, located in the Fairlie-Poplar district of downtown Atlanta. The three-sided historic tower has been re-imagined as nextgen office space and incubator for start-ups. They are a perfect host to help build a street-level festival under the tree canopy on Broad Street.
Sunday, August 13th, 4-7:00 pm
Broad Street NW and Poplar Street NW